Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has become Poland's all-time leading international goalscorer with a hat-trick in his nation's 6-1 European Qualifier Group E meeting victory against Armenia.

Lewandowski started the evening on 47 international goals, but his 18th-minute strike equalled Wlodzimierz Lubanski's tally of 48, before a free-kick seven minutes later put him out on his own with his 49th strike for his country.

He completed his hat-trick in the second half, with the victory against Armenia putting Poland within touching distance of next year's FIFA World Cup in Russia, which would be Lewandowski's first.

Lewandowski has broken all sorts of records in the Bundesliga, too: his brace against Mainz on Matchday 4 took him to 82 goals for Bayern in 100 appearances - more than any player in the Bavarians' history.

The 29-year-old has since moved onto 85 Bundesliga goals for the club, with the most recent coming in Matchday 7's 2-2 draw with Hertha Berlin, his eighth goal of the season sending him joint-top of the Bundesliga scoring charts.

Watch: check out all of Lewandowski's 30 Bundesliga goals in the 2016/17 campaign!

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